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My June vow is to not keep putting off putting these on line.  It should be calmer at the apiary.  Of course that’s when everything goes haywire, eh?

I decided to post going backwards in time: May 31 to May 1.  That seems to be the age in which we live.

May 31

Water Bubbles on Striking Water : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington.  Walking-Wild.com

A Bit of Bubbly

May 30

Water Pooled in the Center of A water lily : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Water Lily Close

May 29

Water and Beer : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

At The Northfork (Beer Shrine, not River)

A family celebration, and the best place to do that is at the Northfork Beer Shrine (and wedding chapel – no joke, the owner can officiate at your wedding).  This is the best microbrewery I’ve ever found, the food is great, and all the folks are wonderful.  If you’re in the Mt. Baker area, it’s worth a visit.

May 28

Water on a tiny leaf : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Playing with Colors

I left the leaf in the natural colors, desaturated the background and played with the hues. Rain can do strange things to you.

May 27

Rain Drops on fallen leaf : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

The Fallen

May 26

Trees and reflections in a pond : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Playing With A Pond

Colors, I like playing with colors….

May 25

Creek with Ferns in NW Washington : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Let There Be Light – And Water

Sometimes We Do Have Sun

May 24

Leaf beside small water seep : photographer Karen E. Bean: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Trickling By

May 23

Water pours over rocks : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

In A Rush

May 22

Rain clinging to Chains : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Chained Rain

May 21

Water Reflections in Brown Tarp : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Stuck for a shot in the rain

When all you have is a brown tarp full of rain water….

May 20

Fern frond and metal : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Natural Metal

May 19

Water drops on Vine Maple Leaves: Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Maple Drops

May 18

Honeybees at hive entrance in rain : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Working in the Rain

These bees are New World Carniolan X Russian (Primorsky) X Survivor Stock. They are dark bees that will continue to gather pollen and nectar in a light rain – best kinds honeybees for this area.

May 17

Sunlight on floating leaf : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

To The Light

May 16

Pond waters reflecting forest colors : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Joy Of Colors

May 15

Water Drips On Deck : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Wet Deck

May 14

Submerged Leaf : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Going Under

May 13

Ship Canal Water Fremont, Seattle : : From Water Images 52 weeks 2012, by photographer Karen E. Bean: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Blue on Blue

May 12

Water Distorted by Movement : : From Water Images 52 weeks 2012, by photographer Karen E. Bean: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Swirled Water

May 11

Honeybee drinking water : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Honeybee Drinking

You can see her little tongue – I love bees

May 10

Water Droplets on Grass Stems : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Holding On

May 9

Looking Into A Glass of Water : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Into the Depths

May 8

Water Shot with a moving camera : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Shaken, Not Stirred

Yep, it’s water.  At dark, with the last light reflected on the pond at the farm.  Then moving the camera.

May 7

Water drop on Apple Blossom : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Apple Drops

May 6

Water drops on Plastic Pail : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Unnatural Nature

May 5

Water droplets on Jar lid : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Drops on Edge

May 4

Foaming Water Close : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Turbulent Times

May 3

Water Ripples In the Sun : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Sunny Reflections

May 2

Water Reflections : Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Water Reflections

May 1

Water, Leaf, & Fern :Karen E. Bean Photographer: Brookfield Farm, Maple Falls, Washington. Walking-Wild.com

Another Rainy Day

I look back on these and think, but it is a bit sunnier than that here.  It’s just that when it’s sunny, I’m out in the bee yards and only get to walk when it’s getting dark (or shoot in the cabin after dark).  With the coming of summer – oh please, soon I hope – there will be more sunny shots.  Of course I’m writing this in the library on a rainy day….

Those are the photos for May from me, photographer Karen E. Bean, of Brookfield Farm in Maple Falls, Washington (Walking-Wild.com).  I truly hope I can now go back to posting once a week – bees and weather willing.

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